Women's History Month Celebrating CSU's Strong Women, Strong Leaders
Cleveland State University’s Strong Woman, Strong Leader Awards celebrate the contributions of female students and alumni to campus and the broader community and serve as an annual opportunity to honor and support Women’s History Month. The 2018 awards ceremony will be held Thursday, March 1 from 11:00am - 12:30pm in the CSU Glasscock Ballroom, located on the third floor of the Student Center.
The 2018 honorees are:
- Zahraa Alribeawi is currently completing her sophomore year as an international relations major. After graduation, she plans to attend law school and pursue her interests in diplomacy and foreign affairs.
- Arrione Clark is currently in her final year of CSU’s school psychology graduate program. She chose school psychology as a career because she believes the best leaders of today are those who invest in the leaders of tomorrow.
- Cammie Collins graduated with a degree in journalism and promotional communication in 2017 and plans to attend law school and work as a civil rights attorney.
- Treveya Franklin-Boone will be graduating with a degree in social work in the spring of 2018. Currently, she works at North Point Transitional Housing and previously served as a counselor at The Hitchcock Center for Women.
- Tanesha Hunter earned her master’s in public administration from CSU’s Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs. She works for the Cleveland Department of Aging and is dedicated to ensuring an enhanced quality of life for seniors and adults with disabilities.
- Erica Wiley Whiteman is a fourth-year doctoral student in the counseling psychology Ph.D. program at CSU. During her tenure on campus she has co-chaired the Student Affiliates of Seventeen and helped reinitiate the Counseling Psychology Doctoral Student Organization.
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